Published on January 28th, 2012 | by Duncan Riley


The Great Jack White Stalker Hit: How This Site Got Gamed

This site published a false story about the singer Jack White the other day.

Here’s how it happened.

The story goes back to things I can’t legally talk about, but I can say a fact: at a stage last year I started to get forwarded to me direct messages from a third parties Twitter account which she set up to harass me.

I can’t legally name that person, but the messages started to come through when she was in a mental hospital. The police told me to not worry about it and ignore it all. I mostly did, and I would add that I did report this, but police said to leave it be.

I was ignoring them all and putting the ongoing harassment messages aside every day, then I was told that the singer “Jack White” was on the scene. I looked further.

Of course in retrospect that those DM messages sent to me without my approval, and potentially in breach of a police order continued to come should have raised some alarms.

I should have known better, and I believe that I’ve been set up. It was a serious plant to damage me.

For legal reasons I can’t name the person who forwarded this to me, but I’m more than happy to talk to Jack White or Karen’s ppl about this.

Oh, and the stalker: miss_soylatte (link removed at the request of police.)

We published in error following a gross conspiracy. Don’t hate me for those who have tried to paint Jack White and Karen Elson in this way.




About the Author

Editor & Publisher Duncan Riley started blogging in 2003 after a career of management and Government service. In 2003 he started the Blog Herald, the first blog to cover the then new industry of blogging. In 2005 he was one of the three founders of b5media After a 12 month stint at TechCrunch, writing as the No.2 to Michael Arrington, Duncan left to found The Inquisitr and now runs both Medacity and fortytwotimes. Follow on Twitter at: duncanriley

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